Another week. Another slew of horror movies are now available for you to take home. Miramax released the most definitive, to date, collection of the Dusk till Dawn franchise, which includes a making of documentary that will surely pique the interest Tarantino and Rodriguez fans. The bat sh*t crazy Tokyo Gore Police got the Blu-ray treatment. Hooray for that. And, as always, there are a several micro budget flicks to feast your eyes on. Check out the rest below and have a great week.
Horror In Your House
April 19th, 2011
ALMOST INVISIBLE – Chemical Burn Entertainment
To ease the weight of their college workload, unsuspecting teenagers seize the opportunity to turn their end-of-the-summer party into a house wrecking foray. The popular clique accepts an invite from the high school freak as an excuse to have the party of their lives and trash her house. What happens instead they will never forget. The freak turns them on to a world they never knew existed. In a tale about breaking free from the past, the kids are throttled into a strange and mysterious realm filled with murder and suicide. Beware unseen forces that exist in our daily lives, beware the Invisible.
BLOODSUCKING NAZI ZOMBIES – Cheezy
During World War II, a small German squadron was assigned the task of carrying a shipment of Nazi gold across the African desert. Along the way, the squadron was ambushed by the Allies, and only one American soldier survived who knew the secret. Years later, the American survivor tells his story to a cutthroat German treasure hunter, who promptly murders him. The American survivor’s son, upon learning of his father’s death, vows to travel to Africa and find the lost gold himself. While the desert is hazardous enough by itself, the dangers lurking around this oasis are more than any of the treasure hunters ever imagined as flesh eating Nazi Zombies stand in their way to an unknown fortune. Also known as: L’abîme des Morts vivants, Oasis of the Zombies, Der Abgrund der lebenden Toten, Le Trésor des Morts Vivants, Oase der Zombies Germany and The Oasis of the Living Dead
MICAH SAYS: It’s already out of stock on Amazon, but they only had a few copies to begin with.
DARKNESS / LOST SOULS DOUBLE FEATURE – Echo Bridge Entertainment
“The Darkness”: This hit thriller teams Academy Award